Male yeast infection. Help I can't get rid of it?

Yeast tx. Men with yeast infections may have burning or itching at the urethra (hole in the penis). There may be a red rash as well. If diagnosis is not certain - see a doctor for eval. Monistat can be applied to the tip of the penis twice a day. If not resolving in a week, see physician.
See your doctor. These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you.

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How do you get rid of men's yeast infection?

See below. Antifungals are still used for this, it depends on the area of infection as to what kind or form of the medication should be used. Complete history and physical exam is needed. Don't just use meds you see over the counter or left over meds meant for somebody else, you may do more harm than good. Read more...
Male Yeast Infection. Most male yeast infections are easily treated with over-the-counter antifungal treatments, such as monistat (yes, men can use it too). Apply the medication directly to the affected skin twice daily for a week. If the rash doesn't go away, or if it recurs frequently, consult your doctor. If you and your partner both have symptoms of genital yeast infection, it's important that you both be treated. Read more...

What is the BEST way to get rid of male yeast infection on penis?

If you are sure. That is what it is lotrimin (clotrimazole) applied 3 times a day should work. If it doesn't it's not yeast . Read more...
Oral +ointment . Take single dose oral antifungal (fluconazole) plus several days ointment (miconazole) *... It might take several days to get rid of it. Also find out the underlying cause... Why are you getting fungal infection.. Do you have diabetes or are you immunodeficiencent?? Don't assume things get checked for why yeast infections in a young man.. Talk to your doctor immediately. . Read more...

Does vaginal yeast infection pass on to men during sex? Will it harm them? If yes, what's their treatment to get rid of it. Just asking for knowledge

It can happen. Vaginal yeast infections can be transmitted to partners, but usually is not. When it happens, it usually causes minor irritation or a rash that goes away without treatment. But in more severe cases, the male can share his female partner's vaginal yeast cream; a little bit rubbed into the irritated area will clear it up. Read more...

How do you get rid of a male yeast infection? He tried diflucan, (fluconazole) OTC creams, & perscription cremes & now the herbal remedies. None has worked.

Yeast? The question now is if it really is a yeast infection. I would definitely get it re-evaluated by a doctor, possibly a dermatologist, because the failure of all those regimens for what should be simple to treat raises the question of missed diagnosis. Good luck! Read more...

Used canesten cream to get rid of my male yeast infection. Now my penis tip has gone red. Mainly around urethra. Burns to pee sometimes. Help please?

Allergy to the cream. I think you have an allergy to this product-not sure if you have other known allergies? Generally clotrimazole is well tolerated and will wipe out a localized fungal infection, but there's other stuff in the cream you could be allergic to. Best to show the rash to a doc and monitor for any worsening. The cream also contains benzyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, and octyldodecanol among other chems. Read more...

What to do for yeast infection if I can't get any medication. I need help, I can't get medicine. Is there any way to get rid of it without med. Help.

Yeast Infections . Yeast infections are easily treated with medication you get at the drug store or grocery store. You do not need to go to the doctor. Yeast infections are not sexually transmitted diseases. There does not need to be any secrecy about this. They are very common problems for both girls and boys. Read more...

What to do if I can't get rid of my yeast infection?

Yeast. You need a culture to see if it is resistance to the current medication your taking. Follow up with your ob/gyn. Read more...